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Fig. 44. Observation of freshwater-treated (A, control), 5 g/l kaolin-treated (B), 5 g/l (C) and 20 g/l (D) SSP-treated embryos 20 days after fertilization in the second experiment. Arrows indicate inverted adhesive membrane. Scale bars designate 1.0 mm. Control eggs (A) were unfastened from the palm tree skins before their observation. Modified from Aquaculture Science, 58, Mizuno et al., Effects of treatment using unbaked scallop shell powder suspension on eliminating egg adhesiveness, hatching rate and larval quality in Japanese smelt (Hypomesus nipponensis) eggs, 97–104, © 2010, Japanese Society for Aquaculture Research.

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